Grand Parkway, or State Highway 99, is a $1.04 billion public-private partnership to design-build-maintain-operate 37 miles of roadway north of Houston. As the Right-of-Way consultant, CobbFendley was responsible for the acquisition of 280 parcels and easements.
CobbFendley is responsible for the preparation of schematic, alignment alternatives, and environmental assessment documents for seven miles of US 281 from FM 490 to SH 186/FM 1017 in Hidalgo County, Texas.
CobbFendley assisted Texas-New Mexico Power on the design of a new overhead feeder serving as a redundant circuit from the Cochise Substation 6.12 miles east to tie back into original distribution line in case of power outages and or fault current along main route.
The proposed Southwest Transmission Project spans 515 miles across New Mexico and Arizona, and will deliver wind energy generated in New Mexico to population centers in Arizona and California. Once completed, two 500 kV transmission lines will provide 3,000 MW of transfer capacity to western markets.
The North Tarrant Express (NTE) is a public-private partnership to improve mobility along SH 121/183, IH 820, and IH 35W through the reconstruction of existing lanes, addition of frontage roads, and addition of managed toll lanes. As the Right-of-Way consultant for Segment 1, CobbFendley was responsible for the acquisition of 115 parcels along IH 820 from the SH 121/183 split to IH 35W.
CobbFendley is designing 2.75 miles of wastewater interceptor along Woman Hollering Creek.
CobbFendley is the District Engineer for Southern Montgomery Country Municipal Utility District (SMCMUD) and is responsible for the design of new infrastructure and rehabilitation projects, review of numerous development plans, general district engineering, attendance at monthly board meetings, and preparing bond applications for funding. As District Engineer, we work closely with the operator, attorney, and bookeeper on district projects.
CobbFendley is providing roadway design, surveying, and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) services to reconstruct and add two eastbound lanes to Town and Country Boulevard, an existing concrete street, from Legacy Drive to Spring Creek Parkway, approximately 4,300 linear feet in length.